The festival will be spread across two blocks in the closed streets of Downtown Denver, Colorado at the intersection of 35th Street and Walnut Street.
Snowboard on the Block will take place Saturday, September, 13th, 2014. The festival will be spread across two blocks in the closed streets of Downtown Denver, Colorado at the intersection of 35th Street and Walnut Street.
$15 in advance
$25 day of festival
$45 V.I.P. learn more
All Ages Event // 21+ to Drink
Snowboard on the Block is the only snowboard festival in North America dedicated to showcasing the best the snowboard community has to offer. The festival features the newest releases from around the globe by world renowned production crews as well as up and coming producers.
Videograss "Mayday" world premiere
Captia "Stay Bad Ass" world premiere
Think Thank "Almanac" & "Right Turn Left Turn"
Keep the Change "Homage"
Absinthe Films "Heavy Mental"
WillFilmForFood "Sol Food"
Tyme & Co. "Halladangus"
Nightmare "Established Foever"
Buck 90 Ugly Kidz Crew "Itis"
Snowboarder Movie "Foreword"
Also showing: Bald E-Gal, Bluebird Team Movie, Burton Team Movie, CandyGrind Team Movie, Grind House Media, Never Summer Team Movie and Under Dawgs.
With last year's Snowboard on the Block pro jam being the biggest and highest talent to hit the streets of Denver, are you wondering what will happen this year? Make everything bigger of course! That means higher scaffolding, longer rails and even more snow. By bringing in over 25 tons of real snow to Downtown Denver, this year’s rail jam will be one to remember. Snowboard on the Block is known for drawing the best of the best when it comes to street riders. Last year's snowboarders included; Andrew Brewer, Tim Humphreys, Nial Romanek, Scotty Vine, Ozzy Henning, Dylan Alito, Brandon Hobush, Lucas Magoon, Dylan Thompson and Ted Borland. Just wait till you see the crew that’s coming out to compete for the grand prize this year.
2014 RIDER LINEUP TO BE ANNOUNCED THIS AUGUST
Copper is making snow, along with Mother Nature's help!
Copper opens for the winter season Friday, October 31st.
Want first chair? Go to our events page for details!